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Default Enabling boot animation on Alcatel OT 5020T

I am trying to enable the boot animation on my One Touch Evolve. I have located the bootanimation.zip (custpack/JDR_custres/media), but the animation never happens when I start the phone. Is there something I need to add to the build.prop to get it going? I am running Android 4.1.2

The same for shut down...the animation file is there, but I see no animation.
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I even tried putting the bootanimation.zip in the /system/media folder...doesn't work either...
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T-Mobile LG Optimus F3


Tablet:
Lenovo Ideatab A2107-F
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if your are rooted goto system\media\paste your zip file as bootanimation.zip
and reboot enjoy
 
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if your are rooted goto system\media\paste your zip file as bootanimation.zip
and reboot enjoy
Thanks for the reply...yes, I'm rooted, but that didn't work either. Is there something with the permissions maybe? When I first got the phone, the original boot animation didn't even work. That's why I was wondering if there was something in the build.prop that told it not to, or maybe there is a line I can add?
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MOD: Barebones v.7 by Shiloh Daniel
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